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Our life and our death is with our neighbor

Our life and our death is with our neighbor – St. Anthony

Our lives are unraveled from strings of DNA passed down from maternal and paternal ancestors.  730 more words

OUT NOW: Basic Watercolour by Charles Williams

After a long period living and working in that bustling artistic centre that is London’s East End, Charles Williams is now living in a vast, crumbling mansion in an obscure town in Kent, painting and writing, and teaching at Canterbury Christ Church University. 280 more words


2 Investigators: City Way Behind On Tree Removal, Trimming

(CBS) — There’s a huge backlog of thousands of requests for city trees to be trimmed or removed–often because residents believe they are damaged or dead and could be dangerous. 1,051 more words


Book Review: C.S. Lewis: A Biography by A.N. Wilson

A.N. Wilson would have profited from seven years of bad luck, had he broken all the mirrors in his home as he was drafting this heavily-criticized work on C.S. 1,040 more words


Need Summer Reading Ideas?

Visitors to the Wade Center often ask: “Where do I start if I want to read books by the Wade authors?” This post will hopefully help in beginning to answer that question, and also give you some ideas to add to your summer reading list. 792 more words

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The Mystery of Intercession

A friend of mine is in a lot of pain and far from home. He committed to a month and a half of working in another country, but within 72 hours of his departure his knee went wonky enough that he’s scheduled for surgery as soon as he returns. 453 more words